>>Ljiljana Cavic

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  • Bio

  • Ljiljana Čavić graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade (Serbia) in 2007 where she was teaching assistant in 2007/08. Her graduation project “Museum of contemporary art of Vojvodina” tried to shift the prior-learnt way of designing space focusing on the positive and generative qualities of emptiness. As a continuation of investigation of immaterial qualities of space and their perceptual and cognitive emergence, in 2012 she started her PhD thesis “Riverside Lisbon, UrbArch Emptiness”, that she is currently developing at Faculty of Architecture – University of Lisbon.

    Since 2014 she is an associated member of Center of Philosophy of Science of the University of Lisbon where she reflects on epistemology of architecture and urbanism, collective gesture and technology (http://cfcul.fc.ul.pt/LT/FTH/). Currently she is teaching assistant at Faculty of Architecture in UT Lisbon at Architecture Laboratory.

    Her research approach tends to grasp multidimensional qualities of human-space reality, from abstract to concrete realm. She is one of the authors of Solid and Convex Voids -analytic and representational method intended for investigation of open public spaces.